- Report: #747860
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Complaint Review: Scott Karosa
Scott Karosa9065 S. Pecos, #200 Henderson, Nevada United States of America
Scott Karosa Tri-Star Management, Tri-Star Lending, Tri-Star, Tristar THE OTHER REPORTS AREN'T LYING Henderson, Nevada
*Author of original report: RETRACTION/REMOVAL OF PREVIOUS COMMENT
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I have personally witnessed Scott Karosa of Tri-Star Managment and Tri-Star Lending, in Las Vegas, Nevada, lose complete control of himself, and pick up a 40 pound printer and aim it straight at my son't head and throw it as hard as he could.
That was followed by boxes of mortgage files, a hard drive, boxes of material, and plastic file holders. He took the file holders in his hands and smashed them and then stomped on them. This is all after he had a screaming, cursing fit in our office for over 20 minutes, unable to calm himself down. In the past two weeks I have seen him berate vendors and employees repeatedly, and then turn around and act as though he has done the world a favor. Something is wrong with this man. If he makes an offer to "acquire" your company, run far, far away and don't look back. Unfortunately, I still trust and believe in people, so I assumed that those other people who wrote reports must have deserved it, but I was far wrong. He is vicious. Watch out.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 07/01/2011 02:05 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Scott-Karosa-/Henderson-Nevada-89074-/Scott-Karosa-Tri-Star-Management-Tri-Star-Lending-Tri-Star-Tristar-THE-OTHER-REPORTS-AR-747860. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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